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Monthly Archives: December 2022
Walk the Wai
TE PUNA WAIORA O NUKUTAURUA is a community based project led by the Rongomaiwahine Iwi Trust looking at involving the community in a wider freshwater plan. The group, led by Hannah Coop, organised a very successful community walk on the 11th of December 2022.During this 12 km walk, 60 locals walked from the waharoa to the whare where a picnic was organised . This event gave the opportunity for our local community to discover the beautiful plantings established by the Whangawehi Catchment Group.
We hope this initiative will encourage community leaders to work collaboratively to protect and enhance our freshwater resources.
Well done Hannah for this great event.
Walkway Opening ceremony
On Thursday the 8th of December 2022, the Whangawehi Catchment Committee was proud to be able to officially open the walkway to the world! Pat O’brien WCMG Chair and Eva Coop cut the ribbon. After many years in the making, the holiday makers will be able to enjoy this new asset for the district. A big thank you to our sponsors who have helped financially and to our amazing local community members who have done wonders to make this day happen.
Enjoy Te Aratia with your family and friends. If you want to be involved, contact a member of the Committee. If you want to donate, go to our Give a little fundraising page. : https://givealittle.co.nz/donate/org/whangawehi-catchment-management-group-inc.
We appreciate your support.
A big thank you to you all, Merry Christmas.
Walk the Wai
TE PUNA WAIORA O NUKUTAURUA is a community based project led by the Rongoamaiwahine Iwi Trust looking at involving the community in a wider freshwater plan. The group would like to invite you to walk the wai on the newly built Whangawehi walkway.
See flyer attached. For any questions please contact Hannah on : firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy the wai